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Charles Lloyd Pack

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Biography

East London, England, UK
Charles Lloyd Pack was a noted British character actor. He invariably played Church of England vicars, a role which seems to have started with 'ITV's Play of the Week' in the 1950s, through 1960s films such as "Bedazzled" and continued down to the early 1980s, e.g. "The Mirror Crack'd". When not playing a vicar, he was often cast as some other pillar of the community, e.g. a judge, doctor, prison governor or some military man of reasonable rank. Read more...

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Character: Mr. Gidbrook

Value for Money 1955

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Character: Mary's Lawyer

Yield to the Night 1956

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Character: Mr. Quilp

Three Men in a Boat 1956

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Character: Henry Roberts - prison governor

Blue Murder at St. Trinian's 1957

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Character: Tritton

Barnacle Bill 1957

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Character: Classics Master: Staff

If.... 1968

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Character: Priest at School

I Start Counting 1970

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Character: Rev. Allison

Two a Penny 1970

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Character: The Law: The Solicitor

Marriage a la Mode 1955

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Character: Henry

Victim 1961

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Character: Sir Henry Wolff

Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill 1974

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Character: Technical Examiner

Operation Crossbow 1965

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